Vice President of Supply Chain

at Monolith
(Multiple States)

Monolith, headquartered in Lincoln, NE, is excited to announce its search for a Vice President of Supply Chain.

At Monolith we apply scientific principles, engineering practices and a lot of hard work to solve real problems that have a global impact. We use sophisticated analysis methods, advanced manufacturing techniques, and often even our hands to build first of its kind technologies. We do not compromise on safety, quality or performance. If you want to solve tough problems, build real things, and have a big impact then you should join us.

Your Role:

The Vice President of Supply Chain is responsible for setting the mission and vision of the supply chain organization to foster a business-oriented and customer-centric culture and mindset, while ensuring quality, safety, and reliability of supply. This position will lead the development of the supply chain strategy and roadmap, ensure its integration with the enterprise’s strategic planning process, and the resulting business/product line strategy and plans.

You Will:

  • Act as a trusted advisor and build and maintain relationships with other company leaders to develop a clear understanding of business needs
  •  Ensure cost-effective delivery of supply chain services to meet those needs and responds with agility to changing business priorities
  • Direct the design and implementation of the supply chain operating model, organizational structure, and governance process
  • Use influencing and negotiation skills to create synergies across the organization to enable cost-effective and innovative shared solutions in achievement of business goals
  • Collaborate with executive leadership and business partners to define and execute the supply chain strategy
  • Participate in and contribute to the assessment of external opportunities and threats and internal capabilities required to meet demand and achieve desired competitive positioning
  • Drive the development of functional and cross-functional standards, governance processes and performance metrics to ensure supply chain delivers value to the enterprise
  • Monitor the competitive landscape, political and regulatory changes and challenges, technological advances, and customer behaviors
  • Provide direction on what processes, people capabilities and emerging technologies should be assimilated, integrated, and introduced within the supply chain organization
  • Provide strategic direction and oversight for the design, development, operation, and continuous improvement of supply chain processes that fulfill the needs of the business
  • Develop and control annual operating and capital expenditure budget for supply chain to ensure the budget is consistent with the enterprise’s overall strategic objectives and is within plan
  • Direct the development of the supply chain sourcing and outsourcing strategy and provides executive oversight for strategic vendor and partner relationship management
  • Engage and work with HR and key stakeholders to map out scenarios for supply chain workforce transformations, with considerations to diversity and inclusion
  • Develop the supply chain workforce strategy and action plans that align with and enable the effective execution of business and supply chain strategies
  • Develop and maintain a supply chain workforce with the appropriate mix of business knowledge, functional skills, and competencies
  •  Balance the need for improving the agility of the supply chain organization while ensuring the core supply chain functions are reliable, stable, and efficient
  • Participate and partner with the business leadership team to drive culture change, often in support of digital business transformation
  • Provide leadership, coaching, and direction to the Supply Chain leadership team and staff
  • Perform other duties as needed

You Are:

  • A strong relationship builder
  • A subject matter expert in Supply Chain
  • A change leader
  • An influencer
  • Innovative
  • Result oriented
  • A cross functional collaborator
  • A strategic thinker
  • A team leader
  • Committed to our values:
    • Safety matters most
    • Solve the impossible, embrace reality
    • People make the difference
    • Think like a team
    • Decisions drive results
    • Generosity of spirit
    • Enjoy the ride

You Have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in supply chain, engineering, business administration, logistics or a related field and
  • 15 years of relevant experience, or
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience to successfully perform the job duties and responsibilities
  • 5-7 years of leadership responsibilities
  • Preferably 5 years or more of experience in related, industry-leading, large, cross-functional teams or enterprise-wide programs, influencing senior-level management and key stakeholders effectively across the organization and within complex contexts.
  • Demonstrated experience in supply chain strategic planning, organization design and development, particularly in relation to the desired transition strategy (for example, start-up or accelerated growth)
  • Preferably proven experience or demonstrated capability in leading supply chain transformational initiatives in complex and dynamic environments and taking advantage of digital opportunities to innovate business models and enable the digitalization of the business
  • A Master’s degree (preferably) 

Work Environment

The majority of the tasks involved with this position are performed in an open office environment.


A valid driver’s license and no major driving violations required for travel; up to 25% travel may be required for visiting other Monolith sites.



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